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Ryan Adams

NOS Festival, Lisbon, Portugal



Ryan Adams and his band is on at 22:00.


Line-ups are a work-in-progress. Please do not trust them yet!
Ryan Adams
Tod Wisenbaker
Aaron Ficca
Charlie Stavish
Ben Alleman


Prisoner Tour

Prisoner album coverage at this show

Do You Still Love Me?
Haunted House
Shiver And Shake
To Be Without You
Anything I Say To You Now
Outbound Train
Broken Anyway
We Disappear

Album coverage:
33 %


Do You Still Love Me?

Magnolia Mountain

Peaceful Valley

When The Stars Go Blue


Ryan Adams used his appearance at Lisbon’s NOS Alive 2017 to apologise for the President of the United States of America being “a fucking moron”. Playing the Heineken Stage on the opening night of the Portuguese festival, the North Carolinan singer-songwriter also took playful aim at Alt-J, who had performed earlier in the day. Adams joked before ‘Shakedown On 9th Street’: “We wrote this song for Alt-J. It’s like a mosquito bite, if you ignore it it’ll go away. No, no. I’m joking. I love Nickelodeon, it’s a great channel.” Adams had opened his set with an urgent performance of ‘Do You Still Love Me?’, the lead single from this year’s ‘Prisoner’, which he played on a a Gibson Flying V. He followed that with a rousing version of ‘To Be Young (Is to Be Sad, Is to Be High)’, taken from his 2000 solo debut ‘Heartbreaker’. Later in the set, after playing another new track, ‘Outbound Train’, Adams shouted: “People still believe in rock’n’roll, they still fucking believe!” [full review here]


Lisbon, I fucking love you RocknRoll as Fuck XOOO

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